|02-05-2014 03:55 PM|
|bill||Something I forgot ! How many have had a nerve pinch through a hidden sleeve? I have and it will numb your arm! Bill|
|02-05-2014 03:42 PM|
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|02-05-2014 02:22 PM|
|Djstorm100||Guys I'm flattered to have such a warm welcome! LOL!|
|02-05-2014 11:38 AM|
Yeah the human nervous system is largely geared towards long term survival. It will shut down motor functions to a damaged limb in order to prevent further injury. If you ever want to test it hold onto an object and have a friend try to take it from you. Then have him smack your arm with a book or something. It doesn't have to be that hard but harder the more pronounced the effect. Then have him attempt to take it again. Will be way easier for them to strip it from you. You might not be able to hold onto the object from just the hit.
A bite on the hand or wrist that wasn't hard enough to leave a mark or bruise can shut that hand down for a few seconds. A major bite on the forearm or wrist and you can forget using it again during the struggle. Its why dogs should be trained to go for legs. A good leg bite and the bad guy loses the option of escape.
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|02-05-2014 10:18 AM|
Real protection dogs, bred and trained properly, are not a liability at all. Real protection dogs must be out in public with the handler 24/7 and thus *must* be safer to be around than your average pet dog.
|02-05-2014 10:13 AM|
|Baillif||Yeah i still remember that video from europe where the dog was sent on some guy with an axe. Dog dodges the axe and gets on the bite and was quickly followed by his handler swinging for the fences with a baton to the suspects head.|
|02-05-2014 09:29 AM|
Plus, after the first one, they get to deal with the handler too.
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